The Witchford Youth Team has taken over the responsibility for youth work across the Ely and Littleport areas and this will lead to an increase in staff in order to deliver this work. Councillors agreed that the team could relocate to the Brunel Room with
The Witchford Youth Team has taken over the responsibility for youth work across the Ely and Littleport areas and this will lead to an increase in staff in order to deliver this work. Councillors agreed that the team could relocate to the Brunel Room with the existing store/office to provide additional space for the team.
Due to the success of the Sunday School, the Brunel Room is now no longer large enough to accommodate the children.
It was agreed that the Sunday School moves to the Spencer Room, which will be large enough for the children and helpers.
St Andrew's PCC has stated that they still wish to provide toilet facilities at The Glebe during church services.
It was noted that Sutton Youth Club has sole use of The Glebe on a Wednesday evening and their child protection policy is in place, therefore no access will be available on Wednesday evenings. An additional part-time caretaker has been appointed.
A portable hearing loop system will be purchased for use in The Glebe main rooms and hall with a further loop for the reception desk for one-to-one conversations. A projector, a screen and a laptop PC will also be available for use. This equipment has been grant-funded.
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